It's a frightening prospect to think any person or entity with significant funds could buy editorial time or space to promote a specific ideology, but that's what's going on between the Guardian and the Open Philanthropy Project (OPP). In 2017, the daily U.K.-based newspaper sought and received a grant from OPP to regularly print editorial content in support of OPP's well-established animal rights agenda. OPP is paying the Guardian $886,600 (USD) to publish a series titled "Animals farmed." It consists of a steady stream of articles that paint animal agriculture as inhumane, unhealthy and dangerous to the environment. Before going any further, let me be clear about something. In this day and age, newspapers are under increasing pressure to find sources of revenue to replace subscriptions and lost advertising dollars, for example. The Guardian has been transparent in its solicitation and receipt of funds from OPP and even includes a statement of funding and the OPP logo on all...
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